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Managing the VHS Webinar Summary

April 20, 2017 / 0 comments / in General  / by Luke Williams

Do you understand the difference between the size of your VHS database, and how much of the database is in use?

Which VHS configuration file keywords you should be paying extra attention to?

Do you have the correct alarms setup to alert you when your VHS needs some extra attention?

Eric Kramer and I discuss some of the ins-and-outs of database size management, history retention, data thinning models, and SVCMON points in this months webinar.  Thanks to those of you who joined us during our live session!

For those of you who missed it, or if you would like to review what we covered the webinar was recorded and is available below.

 

You’ll also find a list of the covered Info Items below.

As always please reach out to CygNet Support (support@cygnet.com) for any help or questions.

Info Items covered during the Webinar that can be helpful to track and/or alarm on when managing aspects of the VHS.

Info Item Nice name Description
VALUE_FILE_MAX Value file max size The maximum configured size of Value File in bytes.
VALUE_FILE_PCT_FULL Value file pct full The percent of the Value File that is full.
VALUE_FILE_PCT_USE Value file percent use The percent of the Value File that is in use.
VALUE_FILE_SIZE Value file size The size of Value File in bytes.
VALUE_FILE_USE Value file in use The size of the Value File in use in bytes.
VHS_DBS_VERSION VHS Datastore Version The version number of the data storage technology used by the VHS. The values for SVMVHSVER include:
1 – Legacy
2 – ESE
Note: Option 1 – Legacy is obsolete.
VHS_FILE_CACHE_ACTIVE VHS File Cache Active The current VHS file cache in megabytes. See VHS Database Page Cache.
VHS_FILE_CACHE_ACTIVE VHS File Cache Active The current VHS file cache in megabytes.
VHS_FILE_CACHE_MAX VHS File Cache Max The maximum VHS file cache in megabytes.
VHS_FILE_CACHE_MIN VHS File Cache Min The minimum VHS file cache in megabytes.
DATA_FILE_SIZE Size of database file The size of database file in bytes.
DATA_SPACE_AVAILABLE Database file spare spac The space available in database file.

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